In this episode, we look at whether the maritime industry is prepared for technological advances both at sea and ashore and whether the maritime industry can step-up to the challenges that cyber-security brings.
In this episode, we will look at what it takes to become an officer in the Merchant Navy, the opportunities available across the industry and what is being done to promote careers at sea.
In this episode, we will explore what value, if any, autonomous shipping can bring to the industry and how those involved plan on developing autonomous vessels, and whether the maritime industry ready for autonomous vessels.
In this episode, we discuss the possible impact of a ‘No-Deal Brexit’, whether Theresa May's proposal goes far enough to ensure frictionless trade with Europe or should shipping companies seek alternatives to Dover post-Brexit.
In this episode, we look at what more could and should be done to support seafarers, should maritime legislation be updated to address mental health and how we can better prepare seafarers for life at sea.
In this episode, we explore what is driving the shift in piracy, what can be done to reduce corruption and what the potential impact of both piracy and corruption is on the industry.
In this episode, we discuss why women may be less likely to pursue a career at sea and what more can be done to support women in the maritime industry.
In this episode, we will discuss what more can be done to continue to reduce the number of marine casualties and whether shipping companies, insurers, law makers etc. will need to adapt to the challenges threatening the future of maritime safety.
In this episode, we discuss the many opportunities a career at sea offers and what more can be done to support newly qualified officers in getting their first job.